Topic: Voluntary disclosure

FCPA defendants go after Indian company that cooperated with DOJ

Two former Cognizant executives charged with foreign bribery want to force an Indian engineering company that cooperated with the US investigation to hand over potentially exculpatory information.

17 June 2021

Former in-house lawyer accuses Cognizant of “troubling” actions

A former Cognizant in-house lawyer charged with foreign bribery has raised concerns about a potential “spy” in his defence team. The allegations are tied to a legal fee dispute between the in-house lawyer and the company.

02 June 2021

In Cognizant FCPA case, a fight over investigation documents escalates

Former executives of a New-Jersey based information technology company expressed frustration that their former employer, Cognizant, has in their view improperly withheld vital information tied to their foreign bribery prosecution.

28 May 2021

DOJ ends FCPA probe into packaging company

Pactiv Evergreen, a food and drink packaging company, said in a securities filing on 6 May that the US Department of Justice closed its investigation into the company regarding possible bribery violations in China.

07 May 2021

US court allows ex-Citi trader lawsuit to proceed

London-based former Citi trader Rohan Ramchandani has reasonable grounds for his claims that the bank orchestrated an elaborate plan to let him take the fall for any alleged wrongdoing, a New York judge said.

12 March 2021

Scania finds bribery at Indian subsidiary

Swedish truck manufacturer Scania said that employees of its Indian subsidiary paid bribes in connection with sales of public transport buses.

10 March 2021

Essentra details costs of £7.5 million export control review

05 March 2021

California businessman sentenced to 12 years in prison over illegal lobbying efforts

19 February 2021

Danish financial intelligence unit receives record number of suspicious reports in 2020

18 February 2021

SEC divided over settlement policy change

Two commissioners have criticised a decision by the US financial regulator to stop the enforcement division from recommending settlements that include simultaneous waiver requests.

15 February 2021

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